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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Leeward Oahu)
Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Leeward Oahu)

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“Councilmember Ron Menor and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O‘ahu) on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00pm at the Mililani High School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on O‘ahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about O‘ahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across O‘ahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar.”

Banner Photo Credit: Dr. Clay Trauernicht

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central Oahu)
Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central Oahu)

“Councilmember Ron Menor and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Central O‘ahu) on Wednesday, December 12, 7:00pm at the Mililani High School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on O‘ahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about O‘ahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across O‘ahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar.”

Banner Photo: Credit Hawaii News Now

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore)
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore)

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“Council Chair Ernie Martin and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (North Shore) on Thursday, November 8, 7:00pm at the Waialua Elementary School Cafeteria.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell)
Oct
29
6:00 PM18:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell)

  • Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Hawaii Suites (map)
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“Councilmembers Carol Fukunaga & Ann Kobayashi and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (Blaisdell) on Monday, October 29, 6:00pm at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Hawaii Suites.

Hurricane Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu)
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

OAHU: Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu)

“Councilmember Trevor Ozawa and the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency invite you to the Climate Action Plan Public Meeting Series (East Honolulu) on Wednesday, October 17, 7:00pm at the Hawaii Kai Public Library.

Hurricanes Lane and Olivia show that climate change is already having profound impacts on Oahu and we need to chart a new path.

What is your vision for a resilient, fossil fuel free future for our island?

We invite you to learn about Oahu's first climate action plan, engage in a "game" that helps kick-start a discussion about how best to cut our emissions, and chart the next steps for our island.

Join us!

This meeting is one of several community meetings that will be held in local neighborhoods across Oahu. For more information on a meeting that may be closer to your neighborhood, visit our calendar at www.resilientoahu.org/calendar. “

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Waikoloa Village Association Firewise Community Roundtable Forum
Sep
27
5:30 PM17:30

Waikoloa Village Association Firewise Community Roundtable Forum

 Aerial imagery of the 2018 Waikoloa Fire.

Aerial imagery of the 2018 Waikoloa Fire.

The Waikoloa Village Association (WVA) Fire Management Action Committee is hosting a Community Firewise Forum on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at Waikoloa School starting at 5:30 PM. 

Confirmed roundtable attendees will include representatives from Hawaii Fire and Police Departments, U.S. Army-Garrison Pohakuloa, County Civil Defense, Hawaii Water Service, Waikoloa Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), County Council Representatives, WVA, and Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization (HWMO)

We will share lessons learned from the August fire that burned over 18,000 acres in Waikoloa: what worked, what did not and what could be improved upon. In addition, ample time will be provided for audience questions and answers.

The recent fire will go down as the 2nd largest in Hawaii's modern history, falling short of the 25,000 acre fire in 2005 that burned to the very edge of Waikoloa Village, forcing evacuation of 75 % of the town's 6,500 residents. Coincidentally, the 2005 fire was also August 1st, 18 years to date, of our most recent fire.

Waikoloa Village, with HWMO’s assistance, has been a nationally-recognized Firewise Community since 2016, one of eight on Hawaii Island. The Firewise Communities Recognition Program is a nationwide program that recognizes communities for their efforts towards reducing the loss of lives, properties, and resources to wildfire. The Firewise Communities approach emphasizes ongoing and active community involvement in wildfire safety.

This meeting is an opportunity to join Waikoloa Village’s grassroots, collaborative effort to protect the community from the growing wildfire threats in the area.

 

For questions about the event, call 408-332-7543 or email mark.gordon333@gmail.com

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Waikoloa Village Wildfire Roundtable
Aug
22
2:00 PM14:00

Waikoloa Village Wildfire Roundtable

Hear from HWMO and Civil Defense, HFD, CERT, PTA and other agencies and organizations at a roundtable event to discuss the recent Waikoloa Fire that burned over 18,000 acres. Also, learn to how to prepare yourself and your homes for future wildfires, hurricanes and other disasters.  If you have suggestions, questions or comments for the Waikoloa Village Fire Management Committee, feel free to contact the Chair Mark Gordon at mgordon333@outlook.com.

 Satellite image screenshot - courtesy of Dr. Clay Trauernicht, Pacific Fire Exchange

Satellite image screenshot - courtesy of Dr. Clay Trauernicht, Pacific Fire Exchange

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Waiulaula Stream Restoration Project Community Event
Jul
14
12:00 PM12:00

Waiulaula Stream Restoration Project Community Event

The University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program invites you to a community showcase of their Waiulaula Stream Restoration Project.

Come to learn about their efforts to control erosion and polluted runoff at three sites in Waimea and enjoy some light pupus and beverages.

Contact Christopher Hawkins, Project Coordinator, with any questions Chris.Hawkins@CoastlinesGroup.org 

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Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

June South Kohala Community Development Plan (CDP) Action Committee Meeting

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The next South Kohala Community Development Plan (CDP) Action Committee meeting is June 4 from 5-7p at the Lily Yoshimatsu Senior Center (Waimea Senior Center). 

You can play an active role in determining what the South Kohala Community looks like and the priorities you would like to see addressed (for example, better access for firefighters or buffer zones around communities or Firewise development practices) by participating in these meetings. 

Topics discussed will include:

  1. A presentation by Hawaii Wildfire Managment Organization regarding Firewise Communities and a summer 2018 outlook
  2. Goal Setting. The AC will discuss their priorities for 2018/2019 (see spreadsheet linked below)
  3. Capital Improvement Projects/Program (CIP) budget discussion 
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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 4)
Feb
10
8:30 AM08:30

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 4)

"Hawaii County Civil Defense is offering Community Emergency Response Team training for East Hawaii residents, which includes modules on emergency preparedness, emergency medical response, fire, light search and rescue, and more.

Training times and dates are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 and Feb. 3 and 10 at Aupuni Conference Center. The course is free.

CERT training provides you with knowledge and skills to prepare for and properly respond to an emergency impacting you, your family and the community.

The comprehensive program includes modules on:

• Emergency preparedness

• Fire

• Emergency medical

• Light search and rescue

• Incident command organization

• Disaster psychology

• Emergency communications

• CERT and terrorism

• Classroom and hands-on experience

The Aupuni Conference Room is located at 101 Pauahi St.

For more information, visit www.citizencorps.gov/cert. To reserve a space in the class, contact hawaiicert@gmail.com."

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 3)
Feb
3
8:30 AM08:30

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 3)

"Hawaii County Civil Defense is offering Community Emergency Response Team training for East Hawaii residents, which includes modules on emergency preparedness, emergency medical response, fire, light search and rescue, and more.

Training times and dates are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 and Feb. 3 and 10 at Aupuni Conference Center. The course is free.

CERT training provides you with knowledge and skills to prepare for and properly respond to an emergency impacting you, your family and the community.

The comprehensive program includes modules on:

• Emergency preparedness

• Fire

• Emergency medical

• Light search and rescue

• Incident command organization

• Disaster psychology

• Emergency communications

• CERT and terrorism

• Classroom and hands-on experience

The Aupuni Conference Room is located at 101 Pauahi St.

For more information, visit www.citizencorps.gov/cert. To reserve a space in the class, contact hawaiicert@gmail.com."

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 2)
Jan
27
8:30 AM08:30

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents (Training 2)

"Hawaii County Civil Defense is offering Community Emergency Response Team training for East Hawaii residents, which includes modules on emergency preparedness, emergency medical response, fire, light search and rescue, and more.

Training times and dates are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 and Feb. 3 and 10 at Aupuni Conference Center. The course is free.

CERT training provides you with knowledge and skills to prepare for and properly respond to an emergency impacting you, your family and the community.

The comprehensive program includes modules on:

• Emergency preparedness

• Fire

• Emergency medical

• Light search and rescue

• Incident command organization

• Disaster psychology

• Emergency communications

• CERT and terrorism

• Classroom and hands-on experience

The Aupuni Conference Room is located at 101 Pauahi St.

For more information, visit www.citizencorps.gov/cert. To reserve a space in the class, contact hawaiicert@gmail.com."

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents
Jan
20
8:30 AM08:30

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training for East Hawaii Residents

"Hawaii County Civil Defense is offering Community Emergency Response Team training for East Hawaii residents, which includes modules on emergency preparedness, emergency medical response, fire, light search and rescue, and more.

Training times and dates are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Jan. 20 and 27 and Feb. 3 and 10 at Aupuni Conference Center. The course is free.

CERT training provides you with knowledge and skills to prepare for and properly respond to an emergency impacting you, your family and the community.

The comprehensive program includes modules on:

• Emergency preparedness

• Fire

• Emergency medical

• Light search and rescue

• Incident command organization

• Disaster psychology

• Emergency communications

• CERT and terrorism

• Classroom and hands-on experience

The Aupuni Conference Room is located at 101 Pauahi St.

For more information, visit www.citizencorps.gov/cert. To reserve a space in the class, contact hawaiicert@gmail.com."

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Ala Kahakai Trail Association Waikoloa Community Meeting
Oct
7
1:00 PM13:00

Ala Kahakai Trail Association Waikoloa Community Meeting

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Ala Kahakai Trail Association is doing important work to restore and maintain historical trails in South Kohala and beyond. Their trail work also helps to prevent wildfires by managing invasive species, planting native plants, and installing informational signage. We hope you can join other interested community members for this October 7th meeting in Waikoloa!

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Ala Kahakai Trail Association Community Meeting
Sep
16
3:00 PM15:00

Ala Kahakai Trail Association Community Meeting

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Learn about the Ala Kahakai Trail Association, the history and management of the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, and more at a community meeting this Saturday, September 16 at the Hokuloa Church in Puako from 3-5 p.m. "Your ideas about how the Trail can better benefit the community" are welcome.

Contact Christopher Hawkins, ATA Coordinator with any questions at Hawkins@alakahakaitrail.org or (808) 494-7116.

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Rep. Gene Ward Town Hall Meeting
Jun
6
7:00 PM19:00

Rep. Gene Ward Town Hall Meeting

 Credit: Malia Martin

Credit: Malia Martin

HWMO will be a guest speaker at the town hall meeting to share insight on the wildfire issues of Hawaii Kai and to provide action steps for homeowners and residents in the area.

"As of late our community is in the process of unfortunately experiencing an outbreak of fires and malicious vandalism in some areas of Hawaii Kai.

In order to combat this totally unacceptable behavior, while at the same time bringing our community together, a town hall meeting is slated for June 6th at 7pm at Hahaione Elementary and you might have already seen this announcement on the KITV 6 O'clock News last evening.

Law enforcement officers and first responders and pyro experts will be present to share observations and hypotheses and what the community can do about it." - Rep. Gene Ward

Photo Credit: Malia Martin

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Hawaii Kai Wildfire Safety Workshop
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Hawaii Kai Wildfire Safety Workshop

 Credit: Malia Martin

Credit: Malia Martin

"In recent weeks we have witnessed far too many fires in our community. As we approach summer the risk of property damage or loss of life is increasing. We are bringing in experts from Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization who have helped many communities on the Big Island mitigate their risk to fire damage. Help us plan and prepare our community to prevent the next wildfire.

Sponsored by: Councilmember Trevor OzawaStanley ChangSenator Laura Thielen, Representative Gene Ward."

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Oahu Landowner Acquisition and Easement Workshop
Jun
3
9:00 AM09:00

Oahu Landowner Acquisition and Easement Workshop

"Oʻahu landowners are invited to attend a Landowner Acquisition and Easement workshop on Saturday June 3, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Palehua Ranch in Honouliuli.

Coordinated by West O‘ahu Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), HILT, and the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, the workshop brings together a group of landowners, land managers, and resource experts to provide insights on the successes, challenges and opportunities of legacy planning, acquisitions and easements.

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust (HILT) board member McD Philpotts will highlight the efforts taken to conserve, manage, and restore the nearly 3,000-acre estate to preserve the natural and cultural resources of Hawai‘i. Following a short hike exploring the site’s natural and cultural features, community non-governmental and governmental partners will introduce participants to strategies for land legacy planning.

“This is a great opportunity for landowners, farmers, and ranchers, here in Hawaii to learn about a variety of conservation options available to them and the financial benefits and incentives available to protect their lands and natural resources,” said Kawika Burgess, CEO of the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust.

“This workshop is a proactive, peer-to-peer approach to stewardship and land management.” notes Larry Jefts, West Oahu SWCD Chair. “We are honored to join our valued community partners and continue our work of helping land owners and land managers with soil and water conservation best practices since 1950.”

To view the agenda and register for the workshop (required) go to: https://oahujunelandownerassistance.eventbrite.com

Both workshops are limited to 30 persons, cost $15, and include lunch and coffee. For more information, contact: Michelle@WestOahuSWCD.org or 808.729.1676"

Photo credit: West Oahu Soil and Water Conservation District

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Puako Science Update
May
20
3:00 PM15:00

Puako Science Update

There are many impacts that affect Puako's coastal health, including post-fire erosion and runoff. Learn more about Puako's current water quality and the science behind it from our friends from Coral Reef Alliance:


"When:  Saturday, May 20, 2017

Time:   3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Potluck to follow)

Where: Hokuloa Church

Presenters:  University of Hawaiʻi Hilo Dr. Tracy Wiegner and Dr. Steven Colbert - Watershed sampling, connectivity between various wastewater technologies and the shoreline, and updates regarding neighboring resorts.

Dr. Courtney Couch, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology / The Nature Conservancy - Update on microbial source tracking that looks for the presence of human-specific gut bacteria in coastal waters.

Potluck: Bring a dish to share as we talk story and enjoy a potluck following the presentations."

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Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Advisory Council Meeting
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Advisory Council Meeting

From our friends over at DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife:

"This will be a quarterly meeting to update the Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Advisory Council (PAC) on the current education, research, and management efforts in the Puʻuwaʻawaʻa ahupuaʻa, and to solicit advice and expertise on proposed management actions. 

Future Meeting Dates for 2017:
3)  August 25th
4)  November 17th

Meetings are open to the public and in 2017 they are all on Friday afternoons from 3-5 PM at the Pu'uwa'awa'a Forest Reserve Lake House. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in all PAC meetings, subcommittee meetings, and activities.

AGENDA for 5/19/17:

INTRODUCTIONS:  3:00 – 3:10 PM: Introductions of Pu`uwa`awa`a Advisory Council (PAC) members, agency staff, and visiting members of the public.  Attendance sheet will be sent around.  Meetings for the remainder of 2017, as decided at the last PAC meeting, are on August 25, and November 17.  All meetings are Friday afternoons, 3-5 PM at Pu`uwa`awa`a Forest Reserve in North Kona, at the Lake House.

MINUTES:  3:10 – 3:15 PM: Discussion and vote to amend and/or approve Meeting Minutes from previous PAC meetings as needed.

HAWAI‘I EXPERIMENTAL TROPICAL FOREST UPDATE:  3:15 – 3:30 PM: Update on HETF activities occurring within the Pu`uwa`awa`a unit of the Hawai‘i Experimental Tropical Forest

NAHELEHELE PROJECT:  3:30 – 3:45 PM: “Ka'ahahui 'O Ka Nāhelehele’s mission is to advocate for the perpetuation of Hawaii’s dryland ecosystems, and the many often endangered plants, birds and insects that live within these communities” (from www.drylandforest.org).  They will share about a project in its early phases.

DRAFT RECREATION PLAN & NON-PROFIT QUESTIONS LETTER:  3:45 – 4:30 PM: The REV Subcommittee will present their updated Draft Recreation Management Plan and questions related to non-profit partnerships with DLNR to the PAC for discussion and/or approval to recommend it to DOFAW.

PWW UPDATE, SUBCOMMITTEE UPDATES, AND OTHER PAC BUSINESS:  4:30-5:00 PM: Pu`uwa`awa`a Management Update, Grazing Management Plan update, as well as updates from other subcommittees, or other PAC business as needed.  Time for questions, comments, or requests for future agenda items from the PAC and community. 

 

Contact Elliott Parsons; elliott.w.parsons@hawaii.gov, 808-333-0084 for questions and directions."

 

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Waikoloa Village Firewise Forum
Dec
8
5:30 PM17:30

Waikoloa Village Firewise Forum

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If you haven't heard, Waikoloa Village is on pace to become the largest nationally-recognized Firewise Community in Hawaii! To qualify for 2016, the Waikoloa Fire Management Action Committee is hosting a Firewise Forum on Thursday, December 8th 5:30-7:00 p.m. at WVA Conference Room (68-1792 Melia St), to invite residents to discuss and participate in Waikoloa's Firewise efforts. HWMO will give a presentation about Waikoloa-specific wildfire hazards and recommendations as noted during a recent wildfire hazard assessment with local firefighting agencies. There will be time for Q&A discussion towards the end.  

Pupus and refreshments will be provided. 

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Waimea Community Association Non-Partisan Candidate Forum
Jul
7
5:00 PM17:00

Waimea Community Association Non-Partisan Candidate Forum

Waimea Community Association will play host to the Non-Partisan Candidate Forum to spotlight three key races in the August 13 Primary Election: Hawaii County Mayor, County Council (Districts 1 & 9), and State House District 7. 

HWMO will be a co-sponsor of the educational event and will have an informational booth to share our great informational guides and keiki giveaways.

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HCC Palamanui Campus Updates (3rd Meeting)
Feb
9
3:00 PM15:00

HCC Palamanui Campus Updates (3rd Meeting)

The new campus at Palamanui has a number of exciting projects and events coming up.

We are particularly excited about the Community Landscaping Project - a community approach to designing a vibrant, culturally-significant landscape in and around the campus. We will be working the HCC to share our knowledge on Firewise landscaping, which the project will include.

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HCC Palamanui Campus Updated (2nd Meeting)
Feb
6
10:00 AM10:00

HCC Palamanui Campus Updated (2nd Meeting)

The new campus at Palamanui has a number of exciting projects and events coming up.

We are particularly excited about the Community Landscaping Project - a community approach to designing a vibrant, culturally-significant landscape in and around the campus. We will be working the HCC to share our knowledge on Firewise landscaping, which the project will include.

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HCC Palamanui Campus Updates (1st Meeting)
Feb
5
3:00 PM15:00

HCC Palamanui Campus Updates (1st Meeting)

The new campus at Palamanui has a number of exciting projects and events coming up.

We are particularly excited about the Community Landscaping Project - a community approach to designing a vibrant, culturally-significant landscape in and around the campus. We will be working the HCC to share our knowledge on Firewise landscaping, which the project will include.

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Lihue
Mar
25
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Lihue

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Waimea
Mar
24
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Waimea

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Kilauea
Mar
23
6:00 PM18:00

Kauai CWPP Update Community Meeting - Kilauea

The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization, in collaboration with Kauai Fire Department, Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife, and Kauai Civil Defense Agency agencies, will hold community input meetings to develop a Kauai Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).

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